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Martyn Glanville

Martyn Glanville
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Rating T-Meter Title | Year Review
4/5 48%

Jackass - The Movie (2002)

"As brainless as the movie incarnations of both South Park and Beavis and Butt-head, Jackass is just as funny as both -- and better than many of the so-called comedies Hollywood produces." ‐BBC.com
Posted Jan 21, 2003
4/5 98%

The Man Without a Past (2002)

"It's impassive, impressive stuff from Kaurismäki, who creates a heart-warming tale set against his nation's blighted economy." ‐BBC.com
Posted Dec 24, 2002
2/5 77%

Licence To Kill (1989)

"Glen is clearly out of ideas, only managing to present a level of violence so out of character for the series, it surely contributed to the modest (by Bond standards) box office returns." ‐BBC.com
Posted Sep 11, 2001
3/5 92%

Boogie Nights (1997)

"Anderson, a director who makes no secret of his admiration for both Scorsese and the similarly iconic Robert Altman is clearly talented but here, rather than being his own man, he only succeeds in flattering his idols." ‐BBC.com
Posted Jun 27, 2001
4/5 95%

The Evil Dead (1981)

"...what it lacks in narrative weight, it compensates for with a relentless pace, disturbing atmosphere, as well as some imaginative displays of dismemberment." ‐BBC.com
Posted Apr 17, 2001
4/5 81%

Doctor Zhivago (1965)

"Lean's last great film." ‐BBC.com
Posted Apr 17, 2001
5/5 97%

Vertigo (1958)

"Pure Hitchcock." ‐BBC.com
Posted Apr 17, 2001
5/5 97%

Lawrence of Arabia (1962)

"Grand in every sense, David Lean's film is an example of an established director full of confidence and ambition." ‐BBC.com
Posted Apr 17, 2001
5/5 92%

Face/Off (1997)

"the film succeeds in overcoming its implausibilities because director Woo offers such a tantalising package." ‐BBC.com
Posted Apr 17, 2001
5/5 87%

Pi (1998)

"Pi is a lesson to aspiring film makers everywhere: perfect your skills, be original, be bold. It's a pity young British directors aren't making films as unique and imaginative as this. Startlingly good cinema." ‐BBC.com
Posted Apr 17, 2001
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